Lambert - St. Louis International Airport STL is the State of Missouri's largest Airport and serves the City of St. Louis and its surrounding counties.
STL Airport is about 10 miles northwest of St. Louis, situated inside the triangle of connecting Interstate Hwys I-270, I-70 and I-170. It is also connected to the Metrolink light rail, serving the greater Metropolitan St. Louis area.
With four long runways and and reaching nearly 14 million passengers in 2016 - an 11 percent increase over the previous year - Lambert-St. Louis Airport is served by major airlines (Delta & Southwest presently being the dominant ones), offering nonstop flights throughout the country and connecting flights to all points of the globe.
Southwest Airlines adds to their summer 2017 flight schedule seasonal Saturday service to Pensacola, FL, starting June 10, and adding a second daily flight to Austin Sun-Fri, starting June 4, and Sat/Sun flights to Charleston.
Also, as of Jan 5, 2017, daily flights were added to Boston, Cleveland, Nashville & San Diego.
Current Airlines, their Terminal and gate assignments:
- T1 Air Choice One C gates, American C gates, Cape Air C gates, Delta, A gates & United A gates ;
- T2 Frontier E gates; Southwest E gates.
Present and future Airport developments: Southwest and the Aiirport together plan will continue modernizing and enhancing Terminal 2 during 2017.